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5 Top Travel Photography Trends Obsessed with travel photography and want to know what the latest travel trends are? Look no further. As proud sponsors of the EyeEm Photography Festival & Awards we at GoEuro had the pleasure of hearing expert advice. Photo credit – EyeEm From each end of the creative spectrum, from a Conceptual Artist to a Gif Artist, with famous photographers and editors in between Just before the stroke of 12:30pm, the crowd of blossoming photographers began descending into the red curtains and took their seat in the regal theater of Heimathafen, Berlin. Greyhound racing ban: NSW Government introduces 'urgent' bill to Parliament Updated Legislation to ban greyhound racing has been officially declared "urgent" to fast-track its passage through New South Wales Parliament, angering Opposition MPs who say they have not even had time to read it. Key points: Labor objects to "undemocratic" fast passage of billDate for an end to greyhound breeding for racing unclearBill states compensation not payable by state Before introducing the bill, the Government's Upper House leader Duncan Gay successfully sought to have it considered "urgent legislation", which paves the way for immediate debate and speeds up its potential passage through Parliament.

Mobile, marketing and business trends: Predictions for 2016 The future looks business-y. WHAT do business owners, professionals and experts expect 2016 to hold for small business? Business News Daily got in touch to find out, and, overall, the consensus is that it will be a year ripe with opportunity, yet also teeming with new obstacles to overcome. From public policies and regulation to harnessing the newest technologies, the responses run the gamut of everything small business owners should be aware of before the ball drops in Times Square. How design rip-offs are hurting Australia's small clothing manufacturers Posted Tucked away in a back street of the Melbourne suburb of Brunswick, Dale Cornell's business is one of the few remaining players in Australia's rapidly shrinking clothing manufacturing industry. His double-storey building looks like it could be a bikie club from the outside, but inside it is stacked with rolls of exquisite fabrics and designs. The top floor also houses a huge screen-printing machine, and downstairs is an expansive cutting table along with half a dozen industrial sewing machines humming away. Dale Cornell cuts an imposing figure, yet is softly spoken as he talks about his years as a manufacturer, designer and screen printer. "It's a hard industry, we specialise in new brands, [my business] New Model Beauty Queen has been doing that for getting onto 20 years now," he told the ABC.

Fintech players say innovation plan must go further As Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull moved to the lectern in the fintech hub Stone & Chalk on Tuesday morning, an audience of about 150 start-up entrepreneurs broke into spontaneous applause. "There has never been a more exciting time to be in fintech," Turnbull said during the launch of an investment partnership between industry super fund First State Super and the fintech venture capital fund H2 Ventures, which is based in Stone & Chalk, a collaborative working space near Circular Quay in Sydney. "There is nowhere more in Australia that the ideas boom is under way than here in Stone & Chalk."

Canada, Colombia and NORTH WALES are the best places to visit next year For those who are already dreaming of next year's holiday but find themselves overwhelmed by a deluge of exotic options, help is at hand from the experts at Lonely Planet. The travel guide company has published its list of the top places to visit in 2017 with Canada crowned the most desirable spot followed by Colombia. For best value Nepal tops the list while the opportunity for adventure travel in North Wales places it high on the best regions list. Published every October, the list predicts the hottest trends, destinations and experiences, highlighting the top ten countries, cities, regions and best value destinations for the months ahead. The Lonely Planet Traveller 2017 guide presents Canada as the top country to visit thanks to its beautiful scenery, friendly locals and a weak Canadian dollar Toronto named one of the world's most scenic airport approaches

Against the blanket ban on dogs in New Zealand city rentals Last updated 14:09, August 9 2016 123rf I've had to omit my dog from rental applications, because I know the problem is landlord's views on animals, not animals themselves. Every time I've rented a property in the last five years, I've had to lie about my dog. The ugly story of Dick Smith, from float to failure Early last month, the Senate announced an inquiry with terms of reference that cover the collapse of Dick Smith Electronics. There is a lot for senators to pore over in the float and failure of Dick Smith. In economic theory, the failure of this Australian retailer is consistent with a dynamic economy. Businesses that do not utilise economic resources as efficiently as competitors fall by the wayside. Unfortunately, the failure is also associated with a series of ugly looking events that are inconsistent with an efficient market.

Online 'pirates' ripping off Australian designers, prompting calls for 'urgent' law update Updated Media player: "Space" to play, "M" to mute, "left" and "right" to seek. Video: Protecting your designs (Lateline) Emerging Australian fashion designers are being run out of business by cheap overseas knock-offs and industry experts say the laws protecting them are in urgent need of updating. Key points: Emerging designers say they feel helpless to fight against cheap knock-offsDesign lawyers say the laws to protect them are costly and out of dateIndustry leaders warn the industry is at a "crossroad" and something needs to change

Best Courses in Photography 2017 Advertising enters the eye. Images, brands or posters are the first assault the consumer to get their attention and capture their interest, even before the message itself. And they are in the hands of the art director. [+] Best Course Studies in Photography 2017. Advertising enters the eye. Images, brands or posters are the first assault the consumer to get their attention and capture their interest, even before the message itself. As pet owners suffer rental insecurity, perhaps landlords should think again Pet owners grapple with rental insecurity, new research shows. Despite the popularity of pet ownership across countries such as Australia (where 63% of households include a pet), the United States (62%) and United Kingdom (46%), rental policy rarely recognises pets as important members of households. Instead, landlords and property agents typically restrict the right to keep pets. Reports from animal welfare organisations suggest these policies make it difficult for pet owners to find rental housing. There is also evidence of connections between rental insecurity and poor animal welfare outcomes.

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Five leading travel photographers name world's best places to take a photo, plus their favourite camera gear When professional travel photographers, whose work dominates major newspaper travel liftouts and magazines – helping in no small way to provide the visual inspiration for readers to visit a destination – embark on a journey, their uncanny creative eye is always aroused, even if he or she is just looking at a scene through their own eyes and not through that of their camera. "I've travelled with people and I say, 'Gee doesn't that look great?' and they say, 'What?

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